FLOOD

Theatre Témoin

FLOOD is watery acrobatic adventure that makes a splash (literally). 

About FLOOD

It’s 2030, the world’s oceans have become volatile, dangerous and unable to sustain life. 

3 strangers meet on the high seas. A storm is coming.  FLOOD is a new, interactive outdoor spectacle. Using circus, music and acrobatics, FLOOD takes you on an epic adventure to understand how our coastline and communities have become ‘seasick’. Standing under your own personalised ‘sound umbrella’, FLOOD will take you far beyond your front door and into the eye of the storm. FLOOD is watery acrobatic adventure that makes a splash (literally).  

Flood is inspired by an imaginary conversation between the UK coastal communities and the world’s oceans as both are feeling ‘seasick’.  Content created from hours of conversations with communities across the UK.  FLOOD is fully BSL integrated and used dynamic movement and acrobatics, immersive sound umbrella’s and a splashing set which helps create in immersive and fun audience experience.  

About Theatre Témoin

Theatre Témoin is a South East based physical theatre company that creates socially relevant, visually compelling theatre to amplify marginalised voices.

We are a professional arts charity with a unique aesthetic and a global focus, touring critically acclaimed national and international work. Our process is governed by transformation: transforming ourselves, the communities we engage, our audiences, our industry and sector-level decision makers. We delight in shared spectacle, seeking to stir audiences into action.

 

Creation and Production Credits

Written and Directed by Adam McGuigan
Sound Design and Music by Luke Thomas
Design by Abby Clarke
Movement Direction Eli Randal
Water Consultant Bill Palmer
Engagement by Abbie Wilcox 

Images by: John Ferguson, Adam McGuigan

 

Funding, commissioning and partner credits:

FLOOD has been developed at 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space, supported by SeaChange Arts and 1 Degree East. Working with Tendring District Council.

Support by Arts Council England and Without Walls.

Image credits: Cave & Sky, Stockton Borough Council